Phantom pain and forgotten memories await in October’s PlayStation Plus games
It's time to get sneaky with the latest round of PS Plus games.
Having spent September wreaking havoc across a near-future Seattle in the PlayStation Plus title inFAMOUS: Second Son, it's time to gear up for something a little sneakier with October's offerings. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, last of the Kojima-developed Metal Gear games, headlines next month's roster, bringing its intricate tale of nanomachines, clones and bio-engineered super-soldiers to the PS4 in what many consider the peak of the entire MGS series.
The stealth theme continues with October's second big title, Amnesia: Collection. Combining the seminal Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and Amnesia: Justine, this PS4 package is certain to give you the creeps as you forge your way through dank hallways and not-so-abandoned houses without so much as a stick to defend yourself. If you've ever wondered where the current trend of streaming horror games came from, Amnesia is the series that started it all.
You can check out the full PlayStation Plus line-up for October below. As usual, you'll have until the end of October to add these games to your library in order to keep playing them past the month's end.
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4)
- Amnesia: Collection (PS4)
- RIGS: Mechanised Combat League (PSVR)
- That's You (PS4)
- Monster Jam Battlegrounds (PS3)
- Hustle Kings (PS3)
- Hue (PS4/PS Vita)
- Sky Force Anniversary (PS4/PS Vita)
The above games will be available to download from 1 October. In the meantime, you can still grab September's PS Plus line-up, which features inFAMOUS: Second Son and Child of Light.
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